Solo Art Exhibition titled `Black Vibgyor’ by son of Kargil martyr concludes
A two days Solo Art Exhibition titled 'Black Vibgyor' exhibited by a city based young architect- cum-artist Karan Bajwa at Punjab Kala Bhawan, Sector 16 concluded today.
Chandigarh, January 16, 2022: A two days Solo Art Exhibition titled 'Black Vibgyor' exhibited by a city based young architect- cum-artist Karan Bajwa at Punjab Kala Bhawan, Sector 16 concluded today. In his maiden solo exhibition, the artist Karan Bajwa displayed as many as fifty paintings, which were brilliant amalgamations of different facets of human’s emotions.
The exhibition was inaugurated by Shrimati Jyoti Pattabhiram, Founding Director and present chairman of Sadhana Sangama Trust, who is Karan’s Guru. Major General Anil Duvedi and Brig Satinder Singh Aulakh, Director Defence Services were the guests of honour at the inaugural ceremony.
Karan who is the son of Kargil martyr Major BS Bajwa, Sena Medal (Gallantry) said, "I have used the PortIllustraitism concept in my paintings. It is a form of art created to reveal a profound, conceptualized illustration of a portrait. It has a vast effect on modern art movements and the various upcoming trends of art."
Working in charcoal and acrylic on canvas, Karan used the seven tones of rainbow, which provide to his paintings a strong physical presence. That presence is enhanced by his skill at rendering figure forms and his sharp eye for manipulating proportion.
The exhibition had two paintings dedicated to Karan's father. "These two paintings are inspired by my dad. It is my humble tribute to him."